[tennisbiz2] Re: Code of Behaviour
I agree with Paul, isn't this sport supposed to be fun.
I can imagine what would happen out here in Spain if we told all
members, only three balls and only water.
They would probably all sign up at the next club down the road.
Yes its up to us pros to educate, not only our pupils but also if we see
those all so important codes being broken and in most cases by folk who
know no better.
Going onto the next court to retrieve a ball can be frustrating to
those involved, but not the end of the world, just tell the folk the
About putting up lists of club rules on notice boards in my 20 years of
experience is a waste of time, as 90% of club members out here "never
look at it"
In golf they say if all the players out on the course knew the etiquette
a round would be 30 minutes quicker, but 90% of golfers have no idea of
the all important golfing on course rules, but they dont get kicked out
And the "game is more forehands and volleys", whats all that about, what
about the serve and the return?
A hi to all from a very hot Tenerife, and well done Andy Murray.
Head pro Los Gigantes TC
Received on Thu Aug 17 2006 - 13:25:13 CDT